Community Information


Please click on the links below to see what you can and cannot recycle.  Please be aware that they are only looking for residents to recycle numbers 1 & 2.  Numbers 3 – 7 ARE NOT TO BE RECYCLED!  Also, please make sure you rinse out your recycles so that there is no residue left and then dry them before you put them in your recycling can.

Empty Clean Dry_Flyer

Plastics #1 – #7


Weekly Road Restrictions

A list of weekly road restrictions and PennDOT maintenance operations in the five-county Philadelphia region is available by visiting the District 6 Traffic Bulletin at    

Motorists can check conditions on more than 40,000 roadway miles by visiting 511PA, which is free and available 24 hours a day, provides traffic delay warnings, weather forecasts, traffic speed information and access to more than 860 traffic cameras.  

511PA is also available through a smartphone application for iPhone and Android devices, by calling 5-1-1, or by following regional Twitter alerts accessible on the 511PA website. 

For more PennDOT information, visit Follow local PennDOT information on Twitter at, and follow the department on Facebook at and Instagram at


The Penndel Newsletter Is Back!

Please click on the link below to find out what’s going on around the borough!

Penndel Borough Newsletter May, 2018

Please click on the link below to find out the latest information for licensing your dog. 

2018 Dog Licensing Information


2018 Tree Tenders Classes

Please click on the link below to see the flyer

PHS tree tenders


The 2018 County of Bucks Recycling Guide is very informative and features recycling and disposal alternatives for various household materials and also what you can and cannot bring to household hazardous waste collections.  Please click on the following link to read the guide. 

Recycling Guide 2018

Bucks County Municipal Economic Development Initiative

The Bucks County Board of Commissioners are pleased to announce a new initiative that will focus County resources on ensuring the continued and expanded economic prosperity of Bucks County and its 54 municipalities.   They will assist municipal governments by devoting resources to ensure Bucks County’s continued economic vitality and growth.  Please click on the links above and below for more info.

Penndel Intro Study Area Board PDF

Penndel Downtown Revitalization Board PDF

Penndel Diagram Board


Alerts from Penndel Borough       

For those of you who may not know, there is a community alert system in place to allow messages to be sent for emergencies and other types of situations such as severe weather, road closures and crime alerts.  To sign up, please go to and register.  You can choose to receive alerts  on your cell phone as a text or as a phone call or choose email only, whatever you prefer.  You can also choose which boroughs and towns you receive alerts from and you can also choose what type of alerts you wish to receive.  If you have any questions or need help registering, please call the borough hall at 215-757-5152 and we will be happy to help you. 


Recycling Container update:  We still have  recycling containers left.  If you have not yet picked yours up, please get one before they are gone!



Snow Alert – click on link for information on snow removal and parking during snow storms.


Republic Services Winter Weather Reminders – click for details


                                                Drug Collection Unit

Penndel Police now have a permanent drug collection unit located in the new police building.  Bring your unwanted & outdated medications, pills only, with  labels removed from prescription bottles.  Please do not bring liquids.                                    





BCWSA Offers A $afeGuard Water & Sewer Maintenance Program


BCWSA is pleased to announce their new $afeGuard Water & Sewer Maintenance Program for Residential and Commercial properties.  This program is designed to help customers offset the cost of repairing the pipes/laterals that come into and leave a property – which typically cost up to $5,000 for residential and up to $10,000 for commercial to replace. Under this program residential properties pay $5.00 per service for a monthly fee and commercial properties a $10.00 fee per service for coverage. The portion of the water service and sewer lateral that is eligible under this program runs from the main to the residential/commercial dwelling unit.  Only the water service and sanitary sewer laterals that connect to the main system are eligible under this program. Sign up today! This program is a minimum of two years. There is a $500 property contribution for residential and commercial a $1000 property contribution that is assessed at the completion of work. Simply click on the link to sign up or call  215-343-2538 ext. 140.

The Multi-Modal Safety Enhancement Project for Belleuve & Hulmeville Aves., the Open Space Plan River Trail Connector Concept Plan and the Taddei Woods Trail Project can all be viewed at borough hall during business hours.

Missing a bike?  We have unclaimed bikes.  If you are missing one, please stop by the police department to see if one of them belongs to you.


If you have questions about any of the events, please call borough hall at 215-757-5152.

Mayor’s Food Drive – Please help people in our Borough.  Bring non-perishable food to the Borough Hall. 

Borough Organizations:

For further information contact Borough Hall 215-757-5152.

The Penndel Borough Council:

Calendar for 2018

Public Meeting the first Monday of the month 7:30 pm, at Borough Hall.

Work Sessions : 7:30 PM, last Monday of the month.

Blighted Review Committee  Meets as needed. Contact Borough for information.

Penndel Open Space Committee – Meets as needed. Contact Borough Hall.

Penndel Planning Commission – Works with planners and developers and makes recommendations to Council. Meets the last Thursday of the month, 7:30 PM, at Borough Hall as advertised. Meetings open to the public.

Penndel Recreation Board –   Oversees the use of the recreation field.  Meets the third Thursday of the month at Borough Hall, 7:00 pm.

Penndel Zoning Hearing Board – Meets the third Wednesday of the month at Borough Hall as needed.  Meetings are open to the public.

Penndel Fire Company– General membership meeting 2nd Tuesday of the month.

Hall rental available call 215-409-5069.

Community Organizations:

Please feel free to join one or all of our committees!

Activities Committee – Sponsors the Easter Egg Hunt, Flea Market, Seniors Birthday Party, Halloween and Holiday Decorating Contests, Halloween parade and Holiday Tree Lighting. For information contact Arlene Harms at 215-752-0835.

Heritage Society of Penndel– Supports projects and events to enhance the community.  For information contact Barbara Heffelfinger, 215-757-9021 or Ward McMasters 215-752-3281.

Penndel/Hulmeville Memorial Day Parade Committee– Residents of Penndel and Hulmeville sponsor the Memorial Day Parade the Saturday preceding Memorial Day. We have a Super Bowl pool fundraiser and an Eat at the Irish Rover fundraiser.  We hold a Monte Carlo/Night at the Races in November.  Watch for more info.  Meets at Borough Hall the first Thursday of the month at 7:30 pm. Call Ed Preston 215-750-3634 or Penndel Borough hall at 215-757-5152 for information or use the following links: or 


Lady of Grace Seniors – Open to those 55+ regardless of religious affiliation or residence. Meets 2nd Thursday of the month at the American Legion Hall. Dehaven and Woodland, 9:30 am.

Penndel Neshminy Wildcats Athletic Association
General meeting 7:00, 1st Monday at the Recreation Field, Bellevue and PFC Dalola Ave.

Our Lady of Grace CYO – John Cahill, President, 215-750-5521

 Boy Scout Troop 82 – Meets at the Lady of Grace School on Mondays, 7:00 pm

Community Churches:Our Lady of Grace Roman Catholic Church – 225 Bellevue Ave, 215-757-7700.

Our Lady of Grace School – Hulmeville & Woodland Ave. 215-757-5287

Redeemer Lutheran Church – Woodland & Hulmeville Aves. 215-757-2724.  Feed the homeless/needy first Tuesday of every month from 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm.  Donations of non-perishable food and money are accepted to stock the food pantry.  Call the church for more info.

 Neshaminy School District
2001 Old Lincoln Hwy, Langhorne, Pa. 19047, 215-757-3600

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